In his postgame press conference, Ryan wouldn’t commit to a starter for next week’s Monday night game against the Dolphins.
After a week of frightening weather and an abbreviated practice schedule, the Buffalo Bills played one of their best games of the season.
The so-called foregone conclusion that was Rex Ryan losing his job at season’s end isn’t so foregone anymore.
The New York Jets enter the bye week with a record of 2-8. Which players stood out most for Gang Green? Are there players that let the team down?
“Who’s had a successful season as a quarterback for the Jets? Who’s the last one? Probably Chad Pennington? I can’t think of who’s been successful for the Jets.”
Speculation has already begun as to what the Jets might do early in next year’s draft. But Vick can’t be counted out as the QB heading into 2015.
Rex Ryan said Friday that Phillip Adams likely will start at cornerback, possibly opposite Marcus Williams, who started last week at Kansas City.
Gang Green has lost eight straight games and the second-year quarterback has been benched. And now, he’s being disrespected at local strip clubs. Well, just one strip club that we know of.
These are dark days for Rex Ryan and the New York Jets. Ryan is a coach with an uncertain future, and that means beyond even Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Jets spent Halloween weekend masquerading as a football team. But the trick was on them, as always, as they got smashed by the Kansas City Chiefs. And on you, for patronizing a team that has patronized you for 45 years.
On Saturday, the Jets said cornerback Darrin Walls won’t travel with the team to Kansas City. Phillip Adams could start in his place.
Geno Smith could go from being benched to being inactive for the Jets. The demoted QB has a shoulder injury that makes his availability uncertain for Sunday’s game at Kansas City.
Michael Vick walked into the New York Jets’ locker room as a starting quarterback for the first time in just over a year. So, as a couple dozen reporters gathered around him, Vick was well aware of the magnitude of the moment.
When Michael Vick replaced Geno Smith in the first quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Bills, the crowd at MetLife Stadium was relieved. So, to, was the offense, according to Metro New York.
This Sunday’s game in Kansas City means nothing to me. Michael Vick can throw five touchdown passes and the Jets can put forth their best effort of the season on both sides of the ball and it won’t mean jack.